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Eddie B 3:09 Fri Jan 11
Away fans in the home end.
I know of six Arsenal fans at work, who are all, separately, in the home end tomorrow.

Gonna be loads dotted around I reckon.

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The Fonz 8:25 Sat Jan 12
Re: Away fans in the home end.
I had one behind me who was respectful enough. Realised he was Arsenal when he only clapped when we scored and that was it.

It's what contributes to the shit atmosphere.

jfk 8:23 Sat Jan 12
Re: Away fans in the home end.
I also took an Arsenal supporter with my lot today.Oh the joy.
I've been to the Emirates loads of times in the home end.
The 60 thousand muppets chant from us lot was fucking priceless.

Wils 8:00 Sat Jan 12
Re: Away fans in the home end.
I took my gooner mate to the game today. I got him the ticket and he sat with me and my son. He was respectful (nothing to celebrate for him though) and even caught him clapping to West Ham once.

I did notice that someone was just inside the turnstiles asking to look inside peoples coats at the colours they were wearing. First time I have seen this. Good idea as I once saw a couple of chinks at the Man City league cup rout with gooners bag full of gooners of merchandise. They had clearly been shopping at the Emirates stadium and thought it would be ok to bring their haul along to the West Ham game that night. Unbelievable.

norwaytips 2:47 Sat Jan 12
Re: Away fans in the home end.
I can’t see that it matters, as long as they show a bit of respect.

swindon hammer 1:59 Sat Jan 12
Re: Away fans in the home end.
The season Liverpool almost won the title under Brendan Rodgers and we played them at UP around April time and there were fucking loads of Liverpool fans dotted round the stadium in the home end.

I remember one home game about 5 years ago when a coach load of Chinese tourists pulled up outside UP and were in the West Stand Upper.

Tourists & opposition fans have always been In The home end at UP. The LS is much bigger so it only goes without saying there will be more but it's nothing new.

Bullet 1:19 Sat Jan 12
Re: Away fans in the home end.
Was in the North Bank Arsenal 75 my favourite away ever along with Elland Rd semi 80.

79 was in the shed never made it on the pitch seeing horses galloping out of the players tunnel is always a sight.

balders 11:01 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
Just knock the cunts out simples

smartypants 10:14 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
Done it loads of times and celebrated, Liverpool, Coventry, qpr, palace, Leeds (of all places), but not in the last 15 years or so. Brady would love our ground to be the first neutral stadium in the country, that’s her goal. You wait until Liverpool match, be literally hundreds if not 1000s dotted around and if anyone’s got a problem with it then you can expect a life time ban.

Far Cough 9:22 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
Been in the Shed a few times and Highbury's North Bank

SDKFZ 222 8:46 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
It was a regular thing during the 70’s to be in the Shed, Highbury North Bank and so on, I was also in the Fulham end for the 75 cup final, along with several thousands of fellow Hammers. I remember one occasion in 1979 when a load of us were marched across the pitch from the Shed End at Stamford Bridge to the opposite, away end, because it was kicking off all over the place.

wanstead_hammer 7:13 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
Seems a world away now going in the home ends on the terraces! And getting in with the away mob in the south bank.

CHL - me boy and a couple of others had a go at two front wheels and the stewards on the party decks as they were getting slung out. Prob same two.

You'll only get odds and sods at the Westfield bowl, otherwise they'd stand out like a sore thumb.

DaveT 6:50 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
Must have got West Ham mates to buy them NS

mallard 6:47 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
Remember going to The Valley in the home end - I think we lost 2-0 during the FA Cup run when Pardew was resting key players.

Hated every minute of it, especially seeing our support taking the piss in the opposite end.
Never done it again and never will

COOL HAND LUKE 6:44 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
Recent LS video I saw showed two Spuds fans being hiked out of their seats and kicked around before being removed by stewards.

It's that leftie thing again, isn't it... the more 'tolerant' you are, the more you will get crapped on.

Perhaps we have to stop being so bloody nice...

eastend joker 6:41 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
i used to love taking the North Bank at Highbury back in the day ,the 75 cup game was superb ,what is it with people today ? ,we used to make a point of going in the home end !

yogib 6:26 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
When we played Sunderland at The Boleyn many moons ago I took a client/friend to the game - must have been 2006 iirc. Took him as Gary Breen and him were childhood friends and their mum's are best friends - anyway my mate is a black fucking millwall supporter - was priceless watching him have to stand up and sing Bubbles

El Scorchio 6:11 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
Genuinely never seen any away fans around where I sit in the LS. Unless they’ve been very quiet/pretended to be home fans. It’s almost always the same STH though. My dad reckons he saw a couple at that UEFA game we lost just after we moved in. (Astra?)

Last time I saw obvious away fans among the home support was 3 Chinese blokes at the Man U cup replay at UP

young woody 5:51 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
I heard they are taking over chav corner early doors

Eddie B 5:47 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
Saw First Game At Emirates in the home end.
Well, when I said it was the home end, it was more like a theatre crowd than a football one.

joe royal 4:18 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
I was in the away end at the Preston play off final.

Sat on my hands and went ‘yep’ when we scored.

4ever-blowin-bubbles 4:10 Fri Jan 11
Re: Away fans in the home end.
some of the away games ive been to i have been in the home end
i just have to contain myself when we score

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